06-26-2007, 06:28 PM
What should a contract between you and your customer have in it?
06-26-2007, 07:33 PM
It should have your company name, address or po box....phone #, e-mail address and or website.
Then the customer name, address, phone number, date and job number or reference number. Then the quote, (bid)..then a description of the work proposed, then the schedule discription, Then the proposed start date, then completion date (if construction) then the payment terms, then the legal jargon.
here's a sample of my legal jargon, (Keep in mind that I do both maintenance and landscape construction)
All materials to be specified and guaranteed. All work is to be completed in a professional and workman like manner according to standard practices. Any alteration or deviation from the above specifcations involving extra costs will be executed only upon a written agreement, and will be billed accordingly. All agreements contingent upon accidents, injuries, illnesses, or weather delays beyond our control. Cancellation of this agreement by either party requires a 30 day written notification. Owner to carry all of the appropriate fire, tornado and other neccessary insurances.
Acceptance of proposal:
The above prices, specifications, and conditions are satisfactory and hereby accepted. This proposal may be withdrawn, if not accepted within 14 days
06-26-2007, 09:31 PM
It should contain lots of stuff written up by a lawyer, if you want to prevent yourself from getting screwed over.
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